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Excision Loads Up On Terror Hotties

Got to hand it to Excision, they’re going to really bring in the numbers when it comes to the terror hotties. And it won’t be just quantity, either, but also plenty of quality. And judging from some recently released stills around this one, it’s going to be pretty bloody stuff indeed.

Featuring AnnaLynne McCord, Traci Lords and Ariel Winter, it follows a high school student who wants to get into medicine. But she’s not going to have an easy time of it–she’s out to get her mother’s approval. And it’s not going to be at all easy, so she’ll have to go to some positively insane lengths to do so.

And here’s the best part–this one’s going to be hitting Sundance first as part of its Park City at Midnight program, so it’ll get its big premiere this January. Hopefully a full release will be directly following, because this could be some impressive stuff when it finally lands, but we’ll be keeping an eye on this one up until the day it drops.

Tracy Lords’ Crazy Eights

 

On in through the After Dark Horrorfest we go, and now we reach Crazy Eights, a spiffy little section devoted to a group of friends who share one common and highly gruesome secret.  Terror hotties abound in this sweet and shocking horrorshow, including Starship Troopers’ Dina Meyer, Gabrielle Anwar, and legendary walking controversy Traci Lords.

Interestingly, Lords is not new to horror–you may well remember her from The Tommyknockers, one of many Stephen King novels that were converted to miniseries run on ABC.  I personally have great memories of those miniseries, because way back when, they’d always show them just after Easter, on into May.  And for a boy of ten or twelve growing up in rural nowhere, a Stephen King miniseries on ABC meant that summer was nearer to hand than you thought, and that great long plain of nothing going on was about to get broken up by a thirty megaton cloud of Stephen King joy.

Of course, when his stuff started to show up on video more and more, the significance of ABC became less and less.  You can’t go home again.

But there are still plenty of terror hotties in Crazy Eights, an excellent addition to the After Dark Horrorfest.